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  • George Stephanopoulos debate on CNN

    We don't know if ABC anchor George Stephanopoulos' contributions to the Clinton Foundation will be a topic on ABC's "This Week" Sunday morning. But they will be discussed on CNN's "Reliable Sources" at 11 a.m. Sunday. Weighing in on Stephanopoulos'...
  • Playing bubble soccer to battle cancer

    Playing bubble soccer to battle cancer
    On a chilly afternoon this week, students at Evergreen Park High School came together with faculty and community members, to support one of their own and raise money for brain cancer research. Donning their cleats and joined by members of the...
  • George Stephanopoulos and the $75,000 oversight

    George Stephanopoulos and the $75,000 oversight
    George Stephanopoulos now has zero credibility on politics. And if ABC News lets its anchor and political correspondent anywhere near the 2016 presidential campaign, it will have less than zero credibility or journalistic integrity. ABC News can issue...
  • ABC's Stephanopoulos under fire for failing to disclose donations

    ABC's Stephanopoulos under fire for failing to disclose donations
    Brian Williams has some company in the news anchor hot seat. George Stephanopoulos, co-anchor of ABC's "Good Morning America," came under fire Thursday for failing to disclose $75,000 in contributions he made to the Clinton Foundation, the charitable...
  • Stephanopoulos will not moderate GOP debate amid controversy

    Stephanopoulos will not moderate GOP debate amid controversy
    ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos has been a highly visible skeptic about accusations that big donors to the Clinton Foundation received favorable treatment from the government while Hillary Rodham Clinton was secretary of State. But...
  • Fashionable benefit helps youngsters

    Fashionable benefit helps youngsters
    More than 320 supporters recently turned out for the Charity Guild of Fort Lauderdale's Charity is Always in Fashion fundraiser. The event, featuring award-winning designer Nicolas Felizola, raised more than $65,000 for two nonprofits: the Children's...
  • Colorful way to help hospital

    Colorful way to help hospital
    Giving back and fundraising for charity comes in many forms. For Hollywood's Grace Carr, it was in the form of paintbrushes, canvases and friends. In April 2014, Carr underwent emergency surgery at Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital in Hollywood to remove...
  • Obama still hasn't picked Chicago

    Obama still hasn't picked Chicago
    The competition for Barack Obama's legacy is not over until he announces whether his primary residence will be here or in New York. The ability to shape public opinion does not reside in a library, which will be built on Chicago's South Side. It resides...
  • Around Town: Charity golf tournament Thursday in Irvine

    Community Service Programs, a nonprofit organization that provides counseling and other support services for needy Orange County children and their families, will hold its 32nd annual Swing for Kids Charity Golf Tournament from 9 a.m. to 7:30 p.m....
  • Opening doors to possibilities

    Business and community leaders will celebrate 16 years of helping the more than 21,000 men, women and children experiencing homelessness in Broward County. Broward Partnership's "Salute to Leadership Gala" will take place May 29 at Hilton Fort...
  • Letter: Livestrong Foundation can help those fighting cancer

    This past Mother's Day, I warmly reminisced with my siblings about our loving mother who succumbed to cancer many years ago. She passed away at the early age of 53, and sadly, she would be the first of several family members to be stricken by cancer...